Grace Farm wines have again risen to the challenge at the 2015 Boutique Wine Awards, taking out three medals for all three wines entered into this year’s competition.
Showing impeccable consistency, Grace Farm was awarded a gold medal for its 2014 Sauvignon Blanc Semillon, narrowly missing out on the trophy for this category. The 2013 Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon was awarded silver and the 2013 Cabernet Sauvignon, bronze.
John and Elizabeth Mair are delighted with the results: “We feel fortunate to have a remarkable team who are dedicated to consistently delivering elegant and well-structured wines. The commitment of our viticulturist and winemaker has been responsible for a very satisfying number of awards and accolades in just a few years.”
Vineyard manager Tim Quinlan said that the Grace Farm varieties are achieving a great consistency of quality and flavour from year to year. Our aim is to produce the best possible wines with minimal intervention. We are aided in this by the exceptional site features.”
Celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2015, the Boutique Wine Awards are dedicated to providing a platform for smaller wine producers throughout Australia and New Zealand to benchmark against their peers.